At Arab Health 2022, United Imaging confirms partnership agreement with King Hussein Cancer Center, a leading hospital in the Middle East region

The conference also marked the signing of a partnership agreement between United Imaging and King Hussein Cancer Center (KHCC). Under the agreement, the two organizations will collaborate in clinical applications research, academic exchanges and talent training to advance the field of oncology and molecular imaging and to improve the delivery of patient care. health in the region.

dr. Al-ZhangPresident and CEO of United Imaging Healthcare, said, “We have grown rapidly in regional markets such as Middle East and North Africa since our initial rollout there in 2019. Hospitals and industry experts have widely recognized our innovative technologies and products. We are committed to the medical innovation of the future and to constantly improving the accessibility of high-end medical equipment and services globally and also to creating more value in the healthcare delivery chain through collaboration. closely with universities, hospitals and research institutes.

KHCC is one of the most influential and respected cancer centers in the world. Middle East and the surrounding regions. It is the only center specializing in cancerology and a pioneer in adult and pediatric oncology research, the largest bone marrow transplant center in the Middle Eastand the first JCI-certified cancer center in developing countries.

Meanwhile, United Imaging also supported Zhongshan Hospital (Fudan University) in signing a joint memorandum with KHCC. In this agreement, the two leading hospitals will carry out a wide range of collaborations in academic research, sharing of clinical best practices, as well as personal exchanges, etc.

Dr. Jusong Xia, President of International Affairs at United Imaging Healthcare, stressed that this cooperation is essential for United Imaging to continue to grow in the Middle East Marlet. A network of mutually beneficial partnerships with leading clinical institutions is important to achieving United Imaging’s mission of “bringing equal healthcare to all” around the world, he added.

The expansion in the Middle Eastaccelerating globally

the Middle East region is an integral part of United Imaging’s global presence. In 2019, United Imaging set up regional headquarters in dubai, with an experienced local marketing and after-sales team to meet customer needs. A growing number of United Imaging’s equipment, including PET/CT, CT, MR and DR, have been installed in top hospitals and clinical facilities across Egypt, Morocco, South Africa, and more. Partners include Wits Donald Gordon Molecular Imaging in South AfricaAl Tahra Radiology Center (TRC), one of the egypt four major radiology centers and the American Hospital Dubai, one of the best private general hospitals in the UAE and ME region.

During Arab Health, United Imaging also strengthened its partnership with Fora SpA, a leading provider of outsourced diagnostic and therapy services to hospitals in Italyand Tengri LLC of Kazakhstanto accelerate the development of the market in the west Europe and Central Asia.

So far, more than 17,000 United Imaging products are now in clinical service in more than 8,600 hospitals and research institutes in 44 countries and regions around the world, including Chinathe United States, the Middle East, Europe, Japan, India, South East Asia, Africaand South America. The company has also set up numerous collaborations with many world-renowned clinical and scientific research institutions. A remarkable example is the cooperation with Yale University in the development of advanced neuro PET/CT for the BRAIN initiative, a major project of the National Institute of Health (NIH). Moreover, in collaboration with University of Washington in Saint Louis, United Imaging has advanced the speed of cardiac MRI scanning, post-processing and imaging diagnosis based on our AI-enhanced 1.5T MRI. Another example comes from McGovern Medical School in University of Texas for molecular imaging research in the cardiac field from our PET/CT.

Several “world firsts” debuted at Arab Health

The world’s first total body PET/CT, uEXPLORER®, is an ultra-high resolution digital PET/CT with a 194 cm axial PET field of view (FOV) that allows full body scanning in a bedside position. The system offers dynamic full-body scanning, enables ultra-low patient dose, and produces ultra-high image resolution, changing the way full-body PET/CT imaging has traditionally been performed.

The uMR OMEGA™ is the world’s first 75cm ultra-large diameter 3T MRI, designed to push traditional boundaries without compromising image quality. The unprecedented ultra-wide bore is offered not only to enhance the patient experience, but also for MRI simulation for radiation therapy planning or intraoperative MRI. Combined with the uAIFI technology platform, it enables fast and accurate examinations.

The uAIFI technology platform focuses on the application of smart sensors, advanced chips and artificial intelligence technologies. It also enables the seamless fusion of MRI hardware advancement with software design throughout the imaging acquisition chain, breaking down traditional data silos and establishing a foundation for continued innovation over time.

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